OSLO, Norway – July 25, 2022 – Agilyx (Euronext Growth Oslo: AGLX.OL; OTCQX: AGXXF), a technology company that enables customers to recycle the most challenging post-use plastics to high value, virgin-equivalent products, announced today the appointment of Stephen Hamlet to vice president of human resources, effective immediately. Mr. Hamlet joins Agilyx as a people-centric leader who will build and unite the company’s rapidly-growing global team.
With over 20 years of diverse HR leadership and hands-on HR operations experience, Stephen possesses a strong background in developing and leading human resources in manufacturing, technology, and many other industries. In his new role, Mr. Hamlet will lead all HR functions for Agilyx including employee engagement, training and development, diversity and inclusion initiatives, recruitment and day-to-day workforce operations. He holds an MBA with a focus in Human Resources Management from Louisiana State University – Shreveport.
“We are pleased to welcome Stephen to the team,” stated Tim Stedman, CEO of Agilyx. “His entrepreneurial mindset and broad background across industries, particularly in the technology and waste to energy industries, provides him a ready familiarity with what we are trying to accomplish at Agilyx. Stephen brings the unique experience and dedication we need to build a world-class business culture centered around our people.”
Agilyx is a technology company that enables customers to recycle difficult-to-recycle post-use plastics to high value, virgin-equivalent products. With a focus on diversion and conversion of plastic waste, Agilyx is uniquely positioned with a molecular recycling technology offering and an integrated feedstock solution by way of Cyclyx, an innovative feedstock management consortium of partners that drives up global plastic recycling rates by chemically fingerprinting plastic waste and matching it to appropriate recycling processes. Agilyx was the first to establish a commercial scale closed loop plastic-to-plastic chemical recycling facility and holds over 17 patents. Agilyx conversion technology utilizes pyrolysis without a catalyst and can convert mixed waste plastic to naphtha and fuels or depolymerize specific plastics such as polystyrene and PMMA (acrylic) back into virgin-quality products. Learn more at www.agilyx.com.
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